321 West Prospect Avenue #1 Mount Prospect, IL 60056
Location! Locaton! Location! Very well maintained and updated office/ commercial building in downtown Mt. Prospect. Walk to train station and shopping/dining. Potential for Medical offices, Law Offices, CPA Offices, Spa, Beauty Salon. etc. This is the Lower-level and was used as a financial service office with reception area, separate offices, bathrooms, lunch room and a large bullpen area with furniture. Space is built out for immediate move-in. 5 parking spaces in rear and ample parking in front.
This listing 321 West Prospect Avenue #1 Mount Prospect, Il 60056
is a office/tech listing
on a lot of 7,405 sqft (or 0.17 acres). 321 West Prospect Avenue #1 was built in 1965. 321 West Prospect Avenue #1 is located in Mount Prospect and in ZIP Code 60056.
It has been listed on our site since 5/11/17.
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